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  1. Chapter 8 Intercompany Indebtedness

  2. Learning Objective 1 Understand and explain concepts associated with intercompany debt transfers.

  3. Consolidation Overview • A direct intercompany debt transfer involves a loan from one affiliate to another without the participation of an unrelated party. • An indirect intercompany debt transfer involves the issuance of debt to an unrelated party and the subsequent purchase of the debt instrument by an affiliate of the issuer.

  4. Direct Intercompany Debt Transfer

  5. Indirect Intercompany Debt Transfer

  6. Practice Quiz Question #1 Which of the following statements is true? a. A direct intercompany debt transfer always involves an unrelated party. • b. An indirect intercompany debt transfer always involves a transfer directly to a related party. • c. A direct intercompany debt transfer never involves an unrelated party. • An indirect intercompany debt transfer is first transferred to an affiliated company with a subsequent transfer to an unrelated party.

  7. Learning Objective 2 Prepare journal entries and elimination entries related to direct intercompany debt transfers.

  8. Bond Sale Directly to an Affiliate • When one company sells bonds directly to an affiliate, all effects of the intercompany indebtedness must be eliminated in preparing consolidated financial statements. • Transfer at par value (example continues on next slide).

  9. Bond Sale Directly to an Affiliate Assume that on January 1, 20X1, Special Foods borrows $100,000 from Peerless Products by issuing $100,000 par value, 12 percent, 10-year bonds. During 20X1, Special Foods records interest expense on the bonds of $12,000 ($100,000 x .12), and Peerless records an equal amount of interest income. In the preparation of consolidated financial statements for 20X1, two elimination entries are needed in the consolidation worksheet to remove the effects of the intercompany indebtedness: Eliminate intercorporate bond holding: Bonds Payable 100,000 Investment in Special Foods Bonds 100,000 Eliminate intercompany interest: Interest Income 100,000 Interest Expense 100,000 These entries have no effect on consolidated net income because they reduce interest income and interest expense by the same amount.

  10. Bond Sale Directly to an Affiliate • Transfer at a discount or premium • Bond interest income or expense recorded do not equal cash interest payments. • Interest income/expense amounts are adjusted for the amortization of the discount or premium.

  11. Bond Sale Directly to an Affiliate On January 1, 20X1, Peerless Products purchases $100,000 par value, 12 percent, 10-year bonds from Special Foods for $90,000. Interest on the bonds is payable on January 1 and July 1. The interest expense recognized by Special Foods and the interest income recognized by Peerless each year include straight-line amortization of the discount, as follows: Cash interest ($100,000 x .12) $12,000 Amortization of discount ($10,000 / 20 semiannual interest periods) x 2 periods 1,000 Interest expense or income $13,000

  12. Bond Sale Directly to an Affiliate • Entries by the debtor January 1, 20X1 Cash 90,000 Discount on Bonds Payable 10,000 Bonds Payable 100,000 Issue bonds to Peerless Products. July 1, 20X1 Interest Expense 6,500 Discount on Bonds Payable 500 Cash 6,000 Semiannual payment of interest. December 31, 20X1 Interest Expense 6,500 Discount on Bonds Payable 500 Interest Payable 6,000 Accrue interest expense at year-end.

  13. Bond Sale Directly to an Affiliate • Entries by the bond investor • January 1, 20X1 • Investment in Special Foods Bonds 90,000 • Cash 90,000 • Purchase of bonds from Special Foods. • July 1, 20X1 • Cash 6,000 • Investment in Special Foods Bonds 500 • Interest Income 6,500 • Receive interest on bond investment • December 31, 20X1 • Interest Receivable 6,000 • Investment in Special Foods Bonds 500 • Interest Income 6,500 • Accrue interest income at year-end.

  14. Bond Sale Directly to an Affiliate Elimination Entries at Year-End—20X1: Eliminates the bonds payable and associated discount against the investment in bonds: Bonds Payable 100,000 Investment in Special Foods Bonds 91,000 Discount on Bonds Payable 9,000 Eliminates the bond interest income recognized by Peerless during 20X1 against the bond interest expense recognized by Special Foods: Interest Income 13,000 Interest Expense 13,000 Eliminates the interest receivable against the interest payable. Interest Payable 6,000 Interest Receivable 6,000

  15. Bond Sale Directly to an Affiliate Elimination Entries at Year-End—20X2: Eliminates intercorporate bond holding. Bonds Payable 100,000 Investment in Special Foods Bonds 92,000 Discount on Bonds Payable 8,000 Eliminates intercompany interest: Interest Income 13,000 Interest Expense 13,000 Eliminates intercompany interest receivable/payable. Interest Payable 6,000 Interest Receivable 6,000 Consolidation at the end of 20X2 requires elimination entries similar to those at the end of 20X1. Because $1,000 of the discount is amortized each year, the bond investment balance on Peerless’ books increases to $92,000.

  16. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate • Scenario: Bonds that were issued to an unrelated party are acquired later by an affiliate of the issuer. • From the viewpoint of the consolidated entity, an acquisition of an affiliate’s bonds retires the bonds at the time they are purchased. • Acquisition of the bonds of an affiliate by another company within the consolidated entity is referred to as constructive retirement. • Although the bonds actually are not retired, they are treated as if they were retired in preparing consolidated financial statements.

  17. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate • When a constructive retirement occurs: • The consolidated income statement for the period reports a gain or loss on debt retirement based on the difference between the carrying value of the bonds on the books of the debtor and the purchase price paid by the affiliate. • Neither the bonds payable nor the purchaser’s investment in the bonds is reported in the consolidated balance sheet because the bonds are no longer considered outstanding.

  18. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate • Purchase at book value • Elimination entries are identical to those used in eliminating a direct intercorporate debt transfer. • The total of the bond liability and the related premium/discount reported by the debtor equal the balance in the investment account shown by the bondholder, and the interest income reported by the bondholder each period equals the interest expense reported by the debtor. • All of these amounts need to be eliminated.

  19. Practice Quiz Question #2 A constructive debt retirement is a. an acquisition of the bonds of an affiliate by another company within the consolidated entity. • b. an acquisition of the bonds of an non-affiliate by a company within a consolidated entity. • c. a sale of the bonds of a non-affiliate by a company within a consolidated entity. • a sale of the bonds of an affiliate to a company within a consolidated entity.

  20. Learning Objective 3 Prepare journal entries and elimination entries related to debt purchased from a nonaffiliate to an amount less than book value.

  21. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate • Purchase at an amount less than book value: • When the price paid to acquire the bonds of an affiliate differs from the liability reported by the debtor, a gain or loss is reported in the consolidated income statement in the period of constructive retirement. • The bond interest income and interest expense reported by the two affiliates subsequent to the purchase must be eliminated in preparing consolidated statements. • Interest income reported by the investing affiliate and interest expense reported by the debtor are not equal in this case because of the different bond carrying amounts on the books of the two companies.

  22. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration Peerless Products Corporation acquires 80 percent of the common stock of Special Foods Inc. on December 31, 20X0, for its underlying book value of $240,000. At that date, the fair value of the noncontrolling interest is equal to its book value of $60,000. Additionally: 1. On January 1, 20X1, Special Foods issues 10-year, 12 percent bonds payable with a par value of $100,000; the bonds are issued at 102. Nonaffiliated Corporation purchases the bonds from Special Foods. 2. The bonds pay interest on June 30 and December 31. 3. Both Peerless and Special amortize bond discount and premium using the straight-line method. 4. On December 31, 20X1, Peerless purchases the bonds from Nonaffiliated for $91,000. 5. Special Foods reports net income of $50,000 for 20X1 and $75,000 for 20X2 and declares dividends of $30,000 in 20X1 and $40,000 in 20X2. 6. Peerless earns $140,000 in 20X1 and $160,000 in 20X2 from its own separate operations. Peerless declares dividends of $60,000 in both 20X1 and 20X2.

  23. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration

  24. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration—YEAR 1 • Bond Liability Entries—20X1 (Special Foods) • January 1, 20X1 • Cash 102,000 • Bonds Payable 100,000 • Premium on Bonds Payable 2,000 • Sale of bonds to Nonaffiliated. • June 30, 20X1 • Interest Expense 5,900 • Premium on Bonds Payable 100 • Cash 6,000 • Semiannual payment of interest. • December 31, 20X1 • Interest Expense 5,900 • Premium on Bonds Payable 100 • Cash 6,000 • Semiannual payment of interest.

  25. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration—YEAR 1 Total interest expense for 20X1 is $11,800 ($5,900 x 2), and the book value of the bonds on December 31, 20X1, is as follows: Book value of bonds at issuance $102,000) Amortization of premium, 20X1 (200) Book value of bonds, December 31, 20X1 $101,800) • Bond Investment Entry—20X1 (Peerless) • December 13, 20X1 • Investment in Special Foods Bonds 91,000 • Cash 91,000 • Purchase of Special Foods bonds from Nonaffiliated Corporation. Computation of Gain on Constructive Retirement of Bonds Book value of Special Foods’ bonds, December 31, 20X1 $101,800 ) Price paid by Peerless to purchase bonds (91,000) Gain on constructive retirement of bonds $10,800 ) This gain is included in the consolidated income statement as a gain on the retirement of bonds.

  26. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration • Assignment of gain: constructive retirement • Four approaches have been used: • The affiliate issuing the bonds • The affiliate purchasing the bonds • The parent company • The issuing and purchasing companies, based on the difference between the carrying amounts of the bonds on their books at the date of purchase and the par value of the bonds

  27. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration—YEAR 1 Fully Adjusted Equity-Method Entries—20X1: In addition to recording the bond investment with entry, Peerless records the following equity-method entries during 20X1 to account for its investment in Special Foods stock: Investment in Special Foods Stock 40,000 Income from Special Foods 40,000 Record equity-method income: $50,000 x 0.80. Cash 24,000 Investment in Special Foods Stock 24,000 Record dividends from Special Foods: $30,000 x 0.80. Investment in Special Foods Stock 8,640 Income from Special Foods 8,640 Record Peerless’ 80% share of the gain on the constructive retirement of Special Foods’ bonds.

  28. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration—YEAR 1 These entries result in a $264,640 balance in the investment account at the end of 20X1 as shown: Investment in Special Foods Income from Special Foods Acq. 240,000 80% NI 40,000 40,000 80% NI 24,000 80% Dividends 8,640 80% of Bond 8,640 Retirement Gain EB 264,640 48,640 EB

  29. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration—YEAR 1 In preparing a consolidation worksheet prepared at the end of 20X1, the first two elimination entries are the same as we prepared in Chapter 3 with one minor exception. While the analysis of the “book value” portion of the investment account is the same, in preparing the basic elimination entry, we increase the amounts in Peerless’ Income from Special Foods and Investment in Special Foods Stock accounts by Peerless’ share of the gain on bond retirement, $8,640 ($10,800 x 0.80). We also increase the NCI in Net Income of Special Foods and NCI in Net Assets of Special Foods by the NCI share of the deferral, $2,160 ($10,800 x 0.20). NCI Peerless Common Retained 20% 80% Stock Earnings Book Value Calculations: + = + • Original Book Value 60,000) 240,000) 200,000 100,000) • + Net Income 10,000)40,000) 50,000) • Dividends (6,000) (24,000)(30,000) • Ending Book Value 64,000)256,000) 200,000 120,000) Basic Investment Account Elimination Entry: • Common Stock 200,000 • Retained Earnings 100,000 • Income from Special Foods 48,640 • NCI in NI of Special Foods 12,160 • Dividends Declared 30,000 • Investment in Special Foods Stock 264,640 • NCI in NA of Special Foods 66,160 • Original amount invested (100%) • Beg. RE from trial balance • Peerless’ % of NI + 80% Ret. Gain • NCI share of NI + 20% Ret. Gain • 100% of Sub’s dividends • Net BV + 80% Ret. Gain • NCI share of BV + 20% Ret. Gain

  30. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration—YEAR 1 The amounts related to the bonds from the books of Peerless and Special Foods and the appropriate consolidated amounts are shown below along with entry to eliminate intercompany bond holdings: Worksheet entry to eliminate intercompany bond holdings: Bonds Payable 100,000 Premium on Bonds Payable 1,800 Investment in Special Foods Bonds 91,000 Gain on Bond Retirement 10,800

  31. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration—YEAR 1 • The impact of the constructive gain on the beginning noncontrolling interest balance and on the beginning consolidated retained earnings balance is reflected in the entry to eliminate intercompany bond holdings. • The entry to eliminate intercompany bond holdings also eliminates all aspects of the intercorporate bond holdings, including: • Peerless’ investment in bonds • Special Foods’ bonds payable and the associated premium • Peerless’ bond interest income • Special Foods’ bond interest expense

  32. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration—YEAR 1 • The optional accumulated depreciation entry can be made by netting the accumulated depreciation at the time of acquisition against the cost as shown: • The consolidation worksheet prepared for December 31, 20X1, is presented on the next slide (Figure 8–2 in the text). • Optional accumulated depreciation elimination entry: • Accumulated Depreciation 300,000 • Building and Equipment 300,000 • Original depreciation at the time of the acquisition netted against cost

  33. Consolidation Worksheet at December 31, 20X2

  34. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration—YEAR 1 • Consolidated Net Income—20X1 • Noncontrolling Interest—December 31, 20X1

  35. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration—YEAR 2 Bond Liability Entries—20X2 (Special Foods) June 30, 20X2 Interest Expense 5,900 Premium on Bonds Payable 100 Cash 6,000 Semiannual payment of interest. December 31, 20X2 Interest Expense 5,900 Premium on Bonds Payable 100 Cash 6,000 Semiannual payment of interest. Bond Investment Entries—20X2 (Peerless) June 30, 20X2 Cash 6,000 Investment in Special Foods Bonds 500 Interest Income 6,500 Record receipt of bond interest. December 31, 20X2 Cash 6,000 Investment in Special Foods Bonds 500 Interest Income 6,500 Record receipt of bond interest.

  36. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration—YEAR 2 • Subsequent recognition of gain on constructive retirement • In 20X1, the entire $10,800 gain on the retirement was recognized in the consolidated income statement but not on the books of either Peerless or Special Foods Peerless’ discount on bond investment $9,000 Special Foods’ premium on bond liability 1,800 Total gain on constructive retirement of bonds $10,800

  37. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration—YEAR 2 • This can be visualized as in the following figure:

  38. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration—YEAR 2 In each year subsequent to 20X1, both Peerless and Special Foods recognize a portion of the constructive gain as they amortize the discount on the bond investment and the premium on the bond liability: Peerless’ amortization of discount on bond investment ($9,000  9 years) $1,000 Special Foods’ amortization of premium on bonds payable ($1,800  9 years) 200 Annual increase in combined incomes of separate companies $1,200

  39. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration—YEAR 2 • Fully Adjusted Equity-Method Entries—20X2 • Investment in Special Foods Stock 60,000 • Income from Special Foods 60,000 • Record equity-method income: $75,000 x 0.80. • Cash 32,000 • Investment in Special Foods Stock 32,000 • Record dividends from Special Foods: $40,000 x 0.80. • Income from Special Foods 960 • Investment in Special Foods Stock 960 • Record dividends from Special Foods: $40,000 x 0.80. Whereas neither Peerless nor Special Foods recognized any of the gain from the constructive bond retirement on its separate books in 20X1, Peerless adjusts its equity method income from Special Foods for its 80 percent share of the $10,800 gain, $8,640. Therefore, as Peerless and Special Foods recognize the gain over the remaining term of the bonds, Peerless must reverse its 20X1 equity-method entry for its share of the gain amortization each year. Thus, the original adjustment of $8,640 is reversed by $960 ($8,640 ÷ 9 years) each year.

  40. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration—YEAR 2 NCI Peerless Common Retained 20% 80% Stock Earnings Book Value Calculations: + = + • Beginning Book Value 64,000) 256,000) 200,000 120,000) • + Net Income 15,000)60,000) 75,000) • Dividends (8,000) (32,000)(40,000) • Ending Book Value 71,000)284,000) 200,000 155,000) Basic Elimination Entry • Common Stock 200,000 • Retained Earnings 120,000 • Income from Special Foods 59,040 • NCI in NI of Special Foods 14,760 • Dividends Declared 40,000 • Investment in Special Foods Stock 283,040 • NCI in NA of Special Foods 70,760 • Original amount invested (100%) • Beg. RE from trial balance • % of NI  80% Gain Rec. • NCI % of NI  20% 20X2 Gain Rec. • 100% of Sub’s dividends • Net BV  80% 20X2 Gain Rec. • NCI % of BV  20% Gain Rec.

  41. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration—YEAR 2 The amounts related to the bonds from the books of Peerless and Special Foods and the appropriate consolidated amounts are shown below along with entry to eliminate intercompany bond holdings: This analysis leads to the following worksheet entry to eliminate intercompany bond holdings. Bonds Payable 100,000 Premium on Bonds Payable 1,600 Interest Income 13,000 Investment in Special Foods Bonds 92,000 Interest Expense 11,800 Investment in Special Foods Stock 8,640 NCI in NA of Special Foods 2,160

  42. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration—YEAR 2 • The impact of the constructive gain on the beginning noncontrolling interest balance and on the beginning consolidated retained earnings balance is reflected in the entry to eliminate intercompany bond holdings. • The entry to eliminate intercompany bond holdings also eliminates all aspects of the intercorporate bond holdings, including: • Peerless’ investment in bonds • Special Foods’ bonds payable and the associated premium • Peerless’ bond interest income • Special Foods’ bond interest expense

  43. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration—YEAR 2 • The optional accumulated depreciation entry can be made by netting the accumulated depreciation at the time of acquisition against the cost as shown: • The consolidation worksheet prepared for December 31, 20X2, is presented on the next slide (Figure 8–3 in the text). • Optional accumulated depreciation elimination entry: • Accumulated Depreciation 300,000 • Building and Equipment 300,000 • Original depreciation at the time of the acquisition netted against cost

  44. Consolidation Worksheet at December 31, 20X2

  45. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration—YEAR 2 • Consolidated Net Income—20X2

  46. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration—YEAR 2 • Noncontrolling Interest—December 31, 20X2

  47. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration • Bond elimination entry in subsequent years • In years after 20X2, the worksheet entry to eliminate the intercompany bonds and to adjust for the gain on constructive retirement of the bonds is similar to the entry to eliminate intercompany bond holdings. • The unamortized bond discount and premium decrease each year by $1,000 and $200, respectively.

  48. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration • As of the beginning of 20X3, $9,600 of the gain on the constructive retirement of the bonds remains unrecognized by the affiliates:

  49. Bonds of Affiliate Purchased from a Nonaffiliate: Illustration In the bond elimination entry in the consolidation worksheet prepared at the end of 20X3, this amount is allocated between beginning retained earnings and the noncontrolling interest. Eliminate intercompany bond holdings: Bonds Payable 100,000 Premium on Bonds Payable 1,400 Interest Income 13,000 Investment in Special Foods Bonds 93,000 Interest Expense 11,800 Investment in Special Foods Stock 7,680 NCI in NA of Special Foods 1,920

  50. Practice Quiz Question #3 • Which of the following statements is NOT true when affiliate bonds are purchased at an amount less than book value? a. When the price paid to acquire the bonds differs from the liability reported by the debtor, a gain or loss is reported. • b. Bond interest income and interest expense reported by the two affiliates subsequent to the purchase must be eliminated. • c. Interest income and interest expense reported affiliates are not equal because of the different bond carrying amounts on the companies’ books. • Interest income and interest expense reported affiliates are always equal.